New Art Exchange, 39-41 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 6BE

Doug Fishbone’s Leisure Land Golf

Doug Fishbone's Leisure Land Golf, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, April 2016, photo by Bartosz Kali

As Doug Fishbone importantly points out, “[mini-golf is] socially inclusive and egalitarian - more so than any ‘real’ golf course”. Both 80-year old Grandmother and 5-year old Granddaughter who were seen competing together, seemed to back up this claim. Review by Alice Gale-Feeny

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Waddington Custot Galleries, 11 Cork Street, London W1S 3LT

Barry Flanagan: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

Installation view, Barry Flanagan, Animal, Vegetable, Mineral at Waddington Custot Galleries, 4 March-14 May 2016

Edward Ball reviews an exhibition of work by Flanagan, finding that within a diversity of form and material, and a malleability of language and meaning, there is much still to be asked of sculpture.

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Carl Freedman Gallery, 29 Charlotte Rd, London EC2A 3PB

Billy Childish: the house at grass valley

Installation view, Billy Childish the house at grass valley

The size of the canvasses and their panoramic displayed heightens the feeling that the viewer stands within the environment depicted. The sense of immersion is such that the viewer is lost in this cold landscape. The house is a welcome sanctuary from the unforgiving woods. Review by Benjamin Murphy

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MonCHERI, 67 rue de la Régence, 1000 Brussels

Michael Manning: I Hate Mondays

I Hate Mondays, Installation View

MonCHERI presents a solo show by Los-Angeles based artist Michael Manning which encompasses painting, video and installation. Manning's work explores alternative approaches to producing and distributing traditional art objects using technology and social networking.

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Van Abbemuseum, Bilderdijklaan 10, Eindhoven

The 1980s. Today’s Beginnings?

The 1980s. Today's Beginnings?, Installation View

'The 1980s. Today’s Beginnings?' explores the 1980s from six European perspectives, examining the relevance of this transformative decade for today. This collaborative project comprises a diverse mix of artworks, music, TV, graphic and archival material, exploring a wide set of socio-political themes through the lens of culture.

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Various venues,Sheffield, UK

Art Sheffield 2016: Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm

Hannah Sawtell, @dividend_plus, 2016.

Bergen Kunsthall Director Martin Clark’s return to Sheffield (he studied at Sheffield Hallam in the 1990’s) to curate the 2016 edition of Art Sheffield - ‘Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm’ - is underpinned by an intimate knowledge of the city’s industrial noise and post-industrial landscapes. Review by Cathy Wade

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Serpentine Sackler Gallery, W Carriage Dr, London W2 2AR


DAS INSTITUT, installation view, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London, 3 March - 15 May 2016

Paul Black reviews DAS INSTITUT, an exhibition of works by collaborators Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder exploring communication, humour and performativity.

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Victoria Miro Gallery I, 16 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW

Jules de Balincourt: Stumbling Pioneers

Jules de Balincourt, Stumbling Pioneers, 15 April-14 May 2016, Victoria Miro

de Balincourt’s solo exhibition ‘Stumbling Pioneers' exposes the myth of escape through a dystopic landscape where figures drift aimlessly or are nowhere to be found. Gabriella Nugent reviews

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Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford presents: KALEIDOSCOPE Live, celebrating 50 years


In 2016, Modern Art Oxford celebrates 50 years as an internationally acclaimed powerhouse of contemporary visual culture. KALEIDOSCOPE is a year long series of interlinking exhibitions, performances and events, presenting an unmissable opportunity to reflect on some of the great moments in Modern Art Oxford’s history, and this is tomorrow will be there too, live broadcasting many fantastic talks, performances and symposia.

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